Who is CPC?
The History of Consolidated Products Company.
Consolidated Products Company (CPC) is headquartered in Linwood, New Jersey. We are THE source for all your custom printing needs. We are printing specialists, experts. What makes us experts? How about over 140 years of front office experience in our industry. There’s not a market we haven’t served since our incorporation in 1973. From Fire Door Mfg to Food & Beverage, to Chemical Packaging, to you name it- we can take care of you.
We have been a UL Recognized Supplier for over 30 years, and we work very hard to maintain our knowledge of standards across many different UL Listed Industries. Please follow this link to view a complete menu of our UL Recognized Components MH11691 and make sure to call us if you have any questions about how we can help.
Although our beginnings were simple enough- large orders of your basic permanent label for a handful of different industries (primarily lighting), we had to change with the times. We continued to expand our production & supply to include more exotic items such as rigid metal nameplates, and polycarbonate overlays.
Through this journey, we have been blessed to work with a big and diverse range of customers, suppliers, and industry experts. With every challenge or problem that we’ve faced in production, we have called on our team and our network to find the best solution possible- and we learn from each experience to improve that much more.
We know we are all in this economy together, and our goal is to do whatever we can to make it the most competitive in the world. Please do give us a call or email so we can help with whatever you may need.
The Printing Professionals You Can Count On
As is the case in most industries, there are many things going on behind the scenes that few are aware of, and in the world of printing, it’s no different.
When it comes to our business of industrial/ commercial/ specialty printing, we treat it as both an art and a science. Much like a painter, carefully mixing her chosen watercolors, we use the thoughtful experience to select and apply the many various inks used in a production run. Or as a sculptor hones his chisel to ensure the exact expression on the face of his new mold, so also does our pressman sharpen the dies and tooling needed to etch a brass plate. These things aren’t “black & white” and can only be mastered through time and practice…
Yet as artistically sensitive as it was just explained, there is still a strong element of science working right alongside. You want to order a “sticker” that can handle high temps. But does that mean 150 C? We could use a mylar polyester (UL Recognized) to handle that temperature, but a more inexpensive polypropylene might just do the trick if the max temp is only 100 C. Ohh hotter still?? Then we’ll have to decide on whether brass or steel is a better value for this particular job.
And what are the mounting requirements? RTS adhesives work very nice on powder-coated surfaces, but if that fixture is going outside…
You see, we have the printing process mastered from all angles so that you don’t have to. Please give us a call and let us put our knowledge and experience to work for you.